Three people arrested following incident of vehicle interference in Newbury
Two men and one woman bailed
THREE people have been arrested in connection with an incident of vehicle interference in Newbury at the weekend.
Thames Valley Police arrested the two men and one woman on suspicion of vehicle interference in Sayers Close, Newbury, on Sunday (September 27).
The men, both aged 34 and from Newbury and the 39-year-old woman from Wantage were arrested in connection with an incident in which people were reported to have been walking down Sayers Close, Newbury checking car door handles and shining a torch into vehicles.
All three have been bailed until November 6.
The arrests come just days after two men were arrested on suspicion of theft from motor vehicles in Villier Way, Wash Common on Monday.
The arrests were made when a resident called the police after spotting two men trying car door handles in Villiers Way in Wash Common at 3.45am on Monday, September 28.
Officers attended the scene and arrested the men, aged 34 and 24, on suspicion of theft from motor vehicles.
They also seized items which they believe were stolen from the same area.
The men, both from Newbury, have been bailed until Tuesday, October 13.
Speaking about the Wash Common incident PC Colin Fearn, from Local CID in Newbury, would like to hear from anyone in the Wash Common area who has had their vehicle broken into and has not yet reported it to police.
He said:”We have traced the owners of some of the items we seized but there are still some outstanding. Anyone who has had their vehicle broken into should contact Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting URN 85 of 28/9."
Anyone with information about the break-ins should call 101.